North Queensland Fury set to undergo entire club review

A-League club North Queensland Fury kicked off a series of meetings with Football Federation Australia today as the review process regarding their future begins.

FFA chief financial officer Tony Hallam and A-League chief Lyall Gorman met with Fury officials to discuss primarily the club’s proposed exit strategy to get out from under the ownership of the federation.

Fury chief Rabieh Krayem confirmed talks regarding the club’s future had begun and was confident there would be a positive outcome.

"We're just doing a review of the whole process, where we are (with) all the reports we've sent, to clarify a few things with them and just to go through and answer any questions that they want," he told the Townsville Bulletin.

"Obviously one of the key discussions will be the exit strategy. We believe we have a viable model."

Krayem added that talk that the club would fold was merely speculation and assured fans that things would work out in the end.

"At the end of the day they are just rumours, (but) obviously we will dissect what is fact and what is rumours," he said. "Most importantly we're here to look at the long-term viability of the Fury, that's the whole part of the process."